Welcome to WebmasterWorld Guest from 220.127.116.11
Forum Moderators: bill
Blacklisting Baidu [forbes.com]
The music industry is trying to put a face on online piracy in China, and punch that face squarely in the nose.
Leading international and Chinese record companies joined hands Tuesday to announce an unprecedented alliance to take on Baidu.com, China’s dominant search engine.
They are calling on businesses to stop advertising on Baidu.com and vowed Tuesday to collectively lobby the National Copyright Administration of China to take action against the Nasdaq-listed company.
National Copyright Administration of China
Is that the same organization that sanctions having unpaid college students work printing, binding and distributing bootleg copies of copyrighted protected U.S. and international (non-Chinese) books?
Or maybe the same people who sanction China exporting FOLEX watches, ARMANY suits and LEEVI jeans?
Is that the same organization that sanctions...
No. The NCAC appears to be more of a policy making body. They also investigate infringement claims:
Profile for "National Copyright Administration of the People's Republic of China (NCAC)" [greatwallip.com]
The NCAC's function is to organize the drafting of laws, regulations, and rules in relation to copyright, and to draw up copyright administravie policies and measures and organize their implementation. The NCAC also investigates and deals with copyright infringment cases having nationwide effect according to the law, and gives guidance to the local copyright administrative department on their work. The NCAC further approves the establishment of copyright collective administration organizations, and to supervise and guide them in their work.